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RE: Roland VG8 and PEDAL STEEL SOUND
that's some piece of information. Hey! im about to do it!
The electric cheapo' i have right now i am using it but as soon as i leave
work i am going to buy one.. REEAAAL cheap. Do you have any recommendation
on the body? I dont know.. les paul type? strato? sg?
The tunning? E9? Do you know what string to buy?
Lots of thanks!!
Buenos Aires, Argentina
De: Kevin [mailto:kevin@TheNettles.com]
Enviado el: Jueves, 02 de Febrero de 2006 01:28 p.m.
Asunto: RE: Roland VG8 and PEDAL STEEL SOUND
--- Ariel Rzezak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Anybody knows of other effects processors emulating
> pedal steel sounds
> besides the vg8?
A cheap instrument with a pedal steel sound could be a fretless
guitar. Take a cheap old electric guitar, pull the frets with
pliers, fill in the grooves with epoxy or wood putting, sand it and
restring with flatwound strings. Even cheaper would be to put a nut
raiser on the guitar, raise the bridge and get yourself a steel bar
like the lap steel players use. Now you have your very own lap
steel. Be sure to tune it like a lap steel. If you want the pedal
steel bending sound, leave the whammy bar on the guitar.
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